Las Vegas becomes the destination of choice this weekend with the Super Bowl taking place in Sin City. With that comes a slew of interactive pop-ups, including a Cheetos-themed wedding chapel, the Paramount+ mountain, and of course staples like Area15 and spooky escape room fun with Pennywise at Escape It.
The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS) this week delivered one of the biggest earnings beats in recent times, triggering a stock rally. The entertainment behemoth also announced a slew of […]
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Walt Disney Imagineering’s theme-park innovations go back to the audio animatronics and mystical floating heads that blew minds when Disneyland first opened, and have continued with expansions at Walt Disney World and internationally. These days, we can venture into a galaxy far, far away or see superheroes…
February 8, 2024: Expired codes have been removed, no new codes to add.
What are the latest Disney Dreamlight Valley codes? We’ve done some digging to make sure we’ve got the latest codes available from Gameloft. To celebrate the release of Dreamlight Valley multiplayer, there are two new codes below.
The Dreamlight Valley golden potato code was the first to come to the Disney game, and gives you just that, a golden potato. It doesn’t even do anything yet, but the exciting news is that it appears to be part of a future Dreamlight Valley quest. The code might no longer available, but if you still don’t have a golden potato, you can pick one up in Scrooge’s shop. Notes hidden around the valley right now suggest that the potato might be put to any day now. Other codes have since been released with various celebrations, including the Dreamlight Park community challenge and the Festival of Foolishness, for which all the Dreamlight Valley codes can be found below.
Disney has big plans for Thanksgiving 2024, as the company has suddenly announced Moana 2 will be taking over the spot. Yes, that movie wasn’t meant to happen. So, what’s up?
Back in 2020, when the Covid pandemic was in full swing and most entertainment giants were looking to the streaming lands as the Ultimate Salvation, Disney was quick to turn several of its key properties into potential TV series. Among them was Moana. Almost four years later, things are looking very different, with the ‘streaming bubble’ in the process of bursting and audiences doubling down on the theatrical experience and physical formats.
Thus, we find ourselves surprised-but-not-really by the announcement of Moana 2, which is set to drop on November 27, 2024. You can watch the first look here, which seems to tease Moana has grown since we last saw her. Obviously, this is the streaming series reworked into a theatrical movie. It’s probably for the best, but we’re very curious about how that entire creative process looked like internally.
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